Lingard contributed a goal in West Ham’s 2-0 win over Leeds, despite his failure to do as well as manager David Moyes.
VIDEO: Kaka watched Lingard take a hard shot
The match at London Stadium took place 20 minutes, Lingard took a nasty ball, causing the Leeds player to commit a foul. It was then the player loaned by Manchester United who took the penalty.
However, Lingard’s work was not really favorable, his shot into the left corner of the goal was blocked by the goalkeeper, fortunately the West Ham star succeeded.
Theoretically, Lingard is not the one appointed by coach David Moyes to execute penalties for West Ham – a job that belongs to Declan Rice.
Former coach MU shared after the game: “Lingard was not the one chosen to take the penalty. Both of them (Lingard and Rice) practiced all week and competed on the training ground.”
“For my part, I’ll be happy for Declan when he takes the penalty but Jesse practiced all week and was brave enough to take the penalty.”
“I was not impressed with Lingard’s missed free-kick but impressed with the speed at which the shot was fired compensation of him, so I’m satisfied. He has a great influence at West Ham and I am very pleased with him “.
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